News & Alerts
Congratulations to the winners of the security “mindfulness” contest, part of the IT Security Office’s National Cybersecurity Awareness Month activities in October.
A targeted message from "firstname.lastname@example.org" has been sent to a number of Duke professors, purporting to be from a current Duke student seeking information about a course reading list.
The IT Security Office has received questions about the e-mail message below. This message is legitimate. For complete information, visit the website listed in the message. Thank you.
The IT Security Office has received multiple reports of the following phishing attacks using a few different subject lines, all of which begin with "Voice Message from".
New research has revealed a flaw in the WPA2 (WiFi Protected Access II) security protocol that makes it possible for attackers to eavesdrop on your data when you connect to WiFi. Find out how to protect yourself.
The IT Security Office has received questions about the e-mail message below.
The IT Security Office has received multiple reports of the following phishing attack. On the phishing site image below, note the bad URL ("portal.duke-edu.dx.am/" instead of "portal.duke.edu/") as well as the lack of a padlock icon indicating that the link is secure.
The University is implementing a policy that requires all Duke-owned computers to be enrolled in a campus security management system by Sept. 30, 2017 or risk losing access to the Duke network. Read more.
As part of National Cyber Security Awareness Month in October, Duke staff, faculty and students can take a quiz to test their “mindfulness” about cybersecurity. All Duke users who take the quiz will be entered into a drawing to win an AppleWatch Series 3.
The IT Security Office has received multiple reports of the following phishing attack.